Early College High School On Campus at UNT Dallas
Early College High School administrative offices are located in DAL1 #102 - just behind the staircase. The office phone number is 972-338-1450.
Students are on campus Monday through Friday. During this time, an administrator from each school will also be on campus supervising students. If a family member needs to drop off a student late or pick up early, they must first check in with the school administrator, per district policy.
I am a UNT Dallas Faculty or Staff Member
UNT Dallas procedures and policies apply to Early College High School students exactly the same as they apply to all enrolled students at UNT Dallas. When in doubt, follow existing policy and procedure.
If you are seeking support on policy and procedure for a situation involving Early College High School students, reach out to the head of your department or Dr. Dawn Remmers.
ECHS Administrative Roles & Responsibilities
Administrator: Verna Farmer
Counselor: Brandie Jenkins
Workplace Learning Coordinator: Velisha Mitchell
Administrator: Ralph Spencer
Workplace Learning Coordinator: Dr. Tamara Robison
Dallas ISD Director of Workplace Learning: Sibusisiwe "Sibu" McNeal
The Early College High School Administrator is responsible for students’ academic success, program progress, and for communicating with parents.
A Counselor works with the high school and college partners to progress monitor students’ academics and provide enrollment support. Counselors are also responsible for managing student accommodations and social-emotional support.
The Workplace Learning Coordinator organizes industry specific learning opportunities for students and engages industry partners supporting students in the program.
UNT Dallas ECHS Roles & Responsibilities
We are proud to call Sunset P-TECH and Lincoln B-TECH students our own and to support their pursuit of a degree. In support of this program, Dr. Lisa Hobson coordinates between the university and Dallas ISD. Enrique Gonzalez is the advisor serving all Early College High School Students.